30 East Haines Street
Images available at GHS.
28-30 is a two-story stone twin with wood trim. The twins
share a recessed entry area with a small Gothic arched window
over each front door. The facade of each house also has two
shuttered windows on both the second and third floors and a
double, two-arched window in the gable of the third floor.
Victorian style. Demolished.
- GHS: Jellett, Edwin C. "Germantown Historical
Miscellany," p. 251: "no. 28, no. 30 Haines St. Neg. by [?]. A.
[Frey?]" (photographic print; this slightly angled view shows
both twins plus part of a two-and-a-half-story house to the
- GHS: Photo Box 4, envelope 2A, #40: "Jellett's House,
30 E. Haines St." (print from glass negative for Spaces and
Places exhibit, 1980; same view as Jellett, p. 251 above).
- GHS: Photo Box 8, envelope 1 "Mermaid Club Meeting
Places," no. 4: "30 E. Haines St." (slightly cropped version of
Jellett, p. 251).
- GHS: Photo Box 11, envelope 3, #141: "Jellett House,
30 E. Haines St., 1902" (print from glass negative for Spaces and
Places exhibit, 1980; this front view shows very little of the
other half of the twin, but reveals the side of another house to
the right, also Victorian, but a different style).
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